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Fusca says Stornoway’s diginets in for long haul

News | 02/15/2002 5:00 am EST

Stornoway Communications president and CEO Martha Fusca says the company is "absolutely" in for the long haul with its three diginets: the public affairs i channel, the dance channel bpm:tv, and the short film channel Movieola. Last week, Stornoway laid off 28 of its 55 employees, and cancelled i channel’s flagship program Unzipped, which was hosted by federal Progressive Conservative party leader Joe Clark’s daughter, Catherine. Most of the employees let go worked on the production of programming.

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